Eva with friend

Eva Blais was born in Germany and moved to Canada in her thirties. She has lived in Quebec and on the West Coast. Presently she shares her life with three four-legged people. Even as a small child, she had an amazing affinity for the four legged people around her, and they for her. Throughout her life she has been devoted to making the world a better place for as many four legged people as she possibly can. But not only do the four-legged ones find loving care and companionship with Eva!

If you are open to learning about new concepts and interested in learning about dogs, homeopathy, healthy food and nutrition supplements, you will meet an amazing lady who can bring you closer to some basic, but essential components for a happy and healthy life.

Eva is a demanding and straightforward person who stands up for what she truly believes in. At the same time she is also the most loving and giving person you can imagine. Her philosophy of life is clear and simple, but at the same time, it is extremely powerful: Do the absolute best you can for your fellow beings, whether they are two legged or four legged, and expect nothing less from those surrounding you.

It is a great pleasure to know Eva, and to call her a friend. It has been and continues to be an exciting journey. To observe step by step how the different facets which are the essence of her being and lifestyle are merging to form a most fascinating and truly colourful personality has been an enlightening experience. She is a unique person, full of energy and life who inspires all to follow in her path.

— Annette Frischman
A very close friend and a favourite Auntie of the dogs

Happiness is looking into the eyes of an old dog - your long-time companion.

— Eva Blais


My purpose is to share my 25+ year journey of continous learning and breakthroughs in my quest to have healthy 4-legged companions.


My philosophy of life is clear and simple: do the absolute best you can for your fellow beings, whether they are two-legged or four-legged, and expect nothing less from those surrounding you.

A dog will teach you unconditional love. If you can have that in your life, things won’t be too bad.

— Robert Wagner (actor)